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    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    1. Being very friendly towards them and then swiching to very hostile mode in moment can knock them of the track.
    That would work. I'd probably think I'd done something to offend you and start apologizing.

    2. Sending a dead cat or dead rodent via mail can also do the trick
    This would work too, I'd be grossed out.

    3. Saying that you never loved anyone (especialy if they know that this could actually be true)
    That doesn't bother me at all, actually. I've never really loved anyone either.

    4. Seducing them just to get in contact with their friend in a hope to put your hands on their freind.
    Again, it doesn't bother me. Mostly because I can't be seduced, and I'm not possessive of my friends anyway.

    5. Telling a very nasty joke in their presence.
    I'd probably get disgusted by this, too. Same as #2.

    6. Laughing at their face for their errors in emotionally charged moment.
    I would indeed feel extremely embarrassed, and pathetically stupid. I'd probably have to run out of the room. :blushing:

    7. Accuse them that they take everything too personally (even when they are not)
    I'd apologize and say I understood, probably trying my best to find a perspective from which I could construe all further insults as something else.

    8. If you calmly explain to them that their spiritual beliefs are BS even by their own standards.
    I'd roll my eyes at you and think you were just another brainwashed religious sheep. I'm agnostic, and thus pretty confident that we can't know either way about something unobservable.

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    seeing the OP, I can agree with most. :P for some, not as much as messing with their head as 'making them freak out and curse in any divinely name possible'

    but..yes. The key is messing with their hearts and minds >_>; and their mind didn't seems to able to comprehend pure, undiluted evil and/or malicious act WITHOUT the malice and evil. The phrase 'I did what I have to do' almost wouldn't pass their mind without the 'omg they're ebil'

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    The OP's list could otherwise be titled: Things a Sociopath Might Enjoy


    Quote Originally Posted by BerberElla View Post
    Tell them they are too wierd to be loved.
    This!
    This one takes the cake. This is possibly an INFP's worst fear put into words .
    Often a star was waiting for you to notice it. A wave rolled toward you out of the distant past, or as you walked under an open window, a violin yielded itself to your hearing. All this was mission. But could you accomplish it? (Rilke)

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    Quote Originally Posted by OrangeAppled View Post
    This!
    This one takes the cake. This is possibly an INFP's worst fear put into words .
    You INFPs are just the right kind of weird to make me love you.

    It's so amusing when you get worked up. I can't help but laugh. In your face. Loudly. It's like killing babies, always fun.
    "All humour has a foundation of truth."
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    Quote Originally Posted by marmandahalf View Post
    For all of our talk of compatibility, does it seem to anyone else that NTs are ideally created to mess with NFs?
    That's just ENTPs. They "mess with" everyone for the hell of it a lot of the time from what I've seen.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    That's just ENTPs. They "mess with" everyone for the hell of it a lot of the time from what I've seen.
    If by "for the hell of it" you mean "to feed our informal social experimentation that we're conducting 24/7 with our personal lives as fodder," then yes. Yes we do.

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    Pretty much. That's just how it feels when ENTPs don't know that how they execute their actions is just as important as the gathering of information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackCat View Post
    Pretty much. That's just how it feels when ENTPs don't know that how they execute their actions is just as important as the gathering of information.
    It isn't not knowing, it's just that that's not necessarily just as important to THEM. Remember, you've got Fi in front. They've got Ne in front. You can't expect them to share your values.

    They can be mean, but they're usually not trying to be.

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    I'm going look at it from the perspective on an NT, namely me.

    Quote Originally Posted by Antisocial one View Post
    1. Being very friendly towards them and then swiching to very hostile mode in moment can knock them of the track.
    Define hostile. Hostile, you worthless piece of ... or just a hostile joke.

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    2. Sending a dead cat or dead rodent via mail can also do the trick.
    For me too.

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    3. Saying that you never loved anyone (especialy if they know that this could actually be true)
    They would have to be brain damaged for that to happen. Some people have lesions on a part of the brain--I can't name that part of brain this time--that can damage a persons ability to feel. These people also take insane risks. I sometimes wonder if I have some problem like that, but I have loved and there is a limit to the risk I will take.

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    4. Seducing them just to get in contact with their friend in a hope to put your hands on their freind.
    Yep.

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    5. Telling a very nasty joke in their presence.
    No problem with that myself. If they make clear they don't like nasty jokes I can avoid nasty jokes.

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    6. Laughing at their face for their errors in emotionally charged moment.
    Some people might find that amusing. Can you see their face to judge their reaction to that? Is it in person or over the internet?

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    7. Accuse them that they take everything too personally (even when they are not)
    ?

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    8. If you calmly explain to them that their spiritual beliefs are BS even by their own standards.
    I sometimes tell people I think their spiritual beliefs are a waste of time, but that's my opinion and I am as entitled to it as any "believer" is entitled to their belief. I never try to impose my beliefs on anyone. I will share my opinion if asked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Athenian200 View Post
    It isn't not knowing, it's just that that's not necessarily just as important to THEM. Remember, you've got Fi in front. They've got Ne in front. You can't expect them to share your values.

    They can be mean, but they're usually not trying to be.
    Yep. I know what all of my issues with ENTPs are, it's all good.

    I was just messing with marma.
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